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Accueil > Séminaires > Année 2016 > Séminaire Maxime SUKHAREV (17 février 2016)

Séminaire Maxime SUKHAREV (17 février 2016)

Arizona State University, USA

par Martineau Valerie - 10 février 2016 (modifié le 11 février 2016)

Optical phenomena at plasmonic interfaces

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Fine tuning of optical properties of hybrid nanostructures requires understanding of plasmon-exciton interactions. In developing such nanostructures, the strong coupling phenomena play a crucial role allowing to efficiently transfer energy between plasmons and molecular excitons on a femtosecond time scale.

In this talk I will discuss modeling aspects of various optical phenomena at plasmonic interfaces using Maxwell-Bloch equations in three dimensions. Various plasmonic systems including periodic V-grooves, bowtie antennas, nanowires, and others will be considered.

In particular, I will demonstrate that one can design hybrid nanomaterials with highly pronounced Fano-type resonances using femtosecond lasers. Electromagnetic energy transport in systems composed of closely spaced nanowires in a presence of molecular excitons will also be discussed.

Affiche Maxime SUKHAREV - 228.7 ko